Go FAS Racing announced today that Pamela Stanley will drive the #32 car at Atlanta Motor Speedway on August 13. Stanley is expected to drive the car much of the season, sharing the car with brother Jim Dilbeck, who will drive at the plate tracks, while Katie Ginders does the road courses.
Phil Parsons Racing has announced that Ronnie Dilbeck will drive the #98 Ford for the team in 2017-2018. Dilbeck replaces Kimberly McCasland, who left for Inga Miller Motorsports' #9 team. PPR will also return to the Ford camp this season, after running Chevrolet much of 2014-2015. Phoenix Construction has been named the sponsor for the … Continue reading Ronnie Dilbeck to the #98
Front Row Motorsports has partnered with ND Racing and has announced Nuka-Cola Series driver Mark Luft will pilot the team's #35 car this season, in a full-time effort. The move will "lease" Luft to the #35 for one season, presumably allowing Luft to gain Cup experience while running for the Nuka-Cola Series championship. It will … Continue reading Front Row Motorsports Brings Luft to Cup
Roush-Fenway Racing has announced the driver line up for the Corvega Cup Series and Nuka-Cola Series for 2017-2018. For the Corvega Cup Series, the team will run three cars once again, however, all three will have new drivers. Nuka-Cola Series drivers Maria Jacoby, Ashley Mendez, and Leigha Reid will move to the Cup Series, to … Continue reading Roush-Fenway Announces Driver Line Up
Team Penske has announced that Josh Snyder will move to the #22 for the 2017-2018 season, replacing Joe Reynolds. Shell/Pennzoil returns as the primary sponsor for the team, as they are signed through the end of the 2019 season, and AAA and Auto Trader will return as well. Todd Gordon returns as Snyder's crew chief. … Continue reading Josh Snyder to Team Penske
The Wood Brothers have announced that Joe Reynolds will drive the famed #21 car for the 2017-2018 season, as the team will return to full-time racing this season. Reynolds, the 2014a Cup Series Champion, moves from Team Penske's #22 car. The move comes as a part of the technical alliance formed between Team Penske and … Continue reading Reynolds to the Wood Brothers
ND Racing, formerly known as BHS Motorsports, has announced the team's plans for 2017-2018, including the team's driver line up for the upcoming season. The team will complete a major restructuring by the time Daytona rolls around at the end of next month, and in that process will change names from BHS Motorsports, as the … Continue reading BHS Motorsports becomes ND Racing – Announces 17-18 Plans